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Photographic - Depeche Mode - Studio Dubs (We Make You Dance)

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  1. Depeche Mode en Dave Gahan, Martin Gore, Alan Wilder y Andy Fletcher. When I did my final paper in my junior year in High School for music class this was the cover. Yes, it was about Depeche Mode. Depeche Mode's original acoustic, 'unplugged' version of their hit Personal Jesus.
  2. Studio Dubs (We Make You Dance) medley: 2: LP: white marbled: white: as „Servant & Mastermix“ M Studio Dubs (We Make You Dance) medley: 2: LP: red: white: as „Servant & Mastermix“ M Studio Dubs (We Make You Dance) medley: 2: LP: blue marbled: white: as „Servant & Mastermix“ M Studio Dubs (We Make You Dance) medley: 2: LP: black: black/white: as „Servant & Mastermix“.
  3. Song Review by Dave Thompson [+] "Photographic" was one of Vince Clarke's earliest compositions, and was also among the first songs Depeche Mode put onto tape, one of three that were included on the group's debut demo. That version wound up being released twice in .
  4. – Depeche Mode: Photographic: A16 – Depeche Mode: New Life: B1 – Miami Sound Machine: Dr. Beat: B2 – Paul Young: I'm Gonna Tear Your Playhouse Down: B3 – Ray Parker Jr. Ghostbusters: B4 – Boney M. Kalimba De Luna (US Remix) B5 – Culture Club: The War Song: B6 – Daryl Hall & John Oates: Out Of Touch: B7 – Chaka Khan: I Feel For You: B8 – The Jacksons: Body: B9 – Depeche Mode5/5(1).
  5. Depeche Mode have had fifty songs in the UK Singles Chart and thirteen top 10 albums in the UK charts, two of which debuted at No. 1. Depeche Mode have to this day sold over million records worldwide, making them one of the most commercially successful electronic bands and one of the world's best-selling music artists in the world.
  6. The map represents you And the tape is your voice Follow all along you Till you recognize the choice I take pictures Photographic pictures Bright light Dark room Bright light Dark room I said I'd write a letter But I never got the time And I'm looking to the day I mesmerise the light The years I spend just thinking Of a moment we both knew.
  7. “Photographic” is a song by Depeche Mode from their debut studio album Speak & Spell (). Notably, the song marked the band’s recording debut after it was included on Some Bizarre Album (), a compilation released by Some Bizzare Records to showcase the label’s musical ethos, even though the acts included on.

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